Judy Sgro reelected in Emery Village-Black Creek

  •  October, 2021
By Sean Delaney On September 20, Canadians went to the polls to make their decision in the 44th campaign for federal officials, and in Emery Village, that choice once again was Liberal MP Judy Sgro. Of the 31,029 votes counted in the Humber River-Black Creek riding as of press time on Septem...

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A big thank you to all after this pandemic year

  •  July, 2021
Thank you students. The 2020-2021 TDSB school year is concluding, and there is so much thanks to go around. Our parents, guardians, caregivers, staff, volunteers, community, community partners, colleagues and everyone that has supported Humber River-Black Creek this year, thank you. As a school b...

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Councillor’s Corner - Feb 2021

  •  March, 2021
Dear Resident, With the current stay-at-home order in place, we need to try our best to prevent exposure by staying in as much as possible. We should only be socializing with those we live with and making essential supply trips when necessary. We need to take this measure seriously. I worked wit...

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Zooming in on the Emery Village BIA’s AGM

  •  February, 2021
By Sean Delaney On Tuesday, January 11, the Emery Village BIA held its Annual General Meeting (AGM). This year was the first time in its history that the AGM was held virtually. “It is unfortunate that like many organizations and workplaces under COVID-19 restrictions, we cannot gather in place,...

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Bottling plant employees honoured

  •  January, 2021
By Sean Delaney “On November 13, 2020, your actions saved a life,” Humber River-Black Creek MPP Tom Rakocevic said to a group of employees at the Weston Coke Canada bottling facility. “Because of you, a family remains whole.” On that Friday in November, an employee at the Weston bottling facil...

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Councillor's Corner - Dec 2020

  •  January, 2021
Dear Resident, COVID-19 infection rates are on the rise more than ever before. We need to try our best to prevent exposure to stay healthy. We should only be socializing with those we live with and making essential supply trips when needed. We may be in this situation for the long haul, but we will...

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Councillor's Corner - Sept 2020

  •  October, 2020
Dear Resident, While the pandemic’s impact continues to be felt throughout Ontario, its most profound sting has been in vulnerable communities. One only needs to look at the Toronto Public Health maps of the COVID-19 hotspots and see that the social determinants of health are directly connected...

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Councillor's Corner - April 2019

  •  May, 2019
Councillor Perruzza’s principal’s forum On Thursday, April 3 I hosted my Principal’s Forum at Northwood Community Centre. The event was held in conjunction with City of Toronto staff, along with superintendents, principals, and vice-principals from both the TDSB and the TCDSB. The foc...

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